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George Chinnery  1774-1852, UK

 

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Male
Painting



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Country
United Kingdom 3
China 2
Qatar 1
USA 1
Germany 1




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Artist Rank
Thomas Lound    3
James Ward    3
John Varley    3
William Daniell    3
Edward Lear  12132 3



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5.1.1774 Born in London (UK)


30.5.1852 Died in Macao (CN)

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Public exhibitions (Selection) 8  Please report missing Information



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2012
   George Chinnery - Macau Museum of Art, Macao

2010
   Traveller’s Home Masterworks by George Chinnery - Macau Museum, Macao

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2013
   Winter Exhibition of Watercolours and Drawings - Martyn Gregory, London (England)
   Agnew’s Storage - Agnew's Gallery, London (England)

2012
   A Winter Exhibition of British Drawings and Watercolours - Martyn Gregory, London (England)

2010
Description and image  "India: East|West" - Virginia Commonwealth University in Qatar - VCUQ, Doha

1998
   Interaction of Cultures: Indian and Western Painting(1780-1910) - The de Young Museum, San Francisco, CA

1964
   Englische Aquarelle - Alte Nationalgalerie, Berlin

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United Kingdom

 Tate Britain, London (England)

USA

 MFA - Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, Boston, MA
 The RISD Museum - University of Rhode Island, Providence, RI

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